March 11, 2014 at 3:13 pm #75248Having sex with E.D
So, im not sure if this is appropriate, but i feel awkward talking to my doctor about it with my parents there. so i have had 2 sexual girlfriends, and i now have a new girlfriend. i always seem to struggle to have sex with them, and my erection will go. for example if i am getting into position it will have gone. im not sure if its today with my E.D, because it is exhausting? does anyone else have problems or is this something else? it can be quite embarassing with the girls because theyh do not know about my E.D.March 11, 2014 at 6:05 pm #94098Re: Having sex with E.D
Sex is never an easy subject to talk about, even more so with parents around, do your parents have to be there? Have you tried explaining to your girlfriend about your condition and how it can affects you?VickiParticipantPosts: 1,015Joined: 05/03/2015March 11, 2014 at 10:49 pm #94099Re: Having sex with E.D
Well, my mum or dad always come hospital and normally come in the rooms with me, so they are always there. And I’ve never really wanted to explain to people I’ve been with about the condition, since I don’t even tell friends, only a few selected family members know. What usually happens if they just start to think I don’t like them.
I was wondering if there’s any other E.D sufferers that have the same problems?
I now wonder if it is just happening now because I am conscious of how I look and that could put me off. Since I don’t feel comfortable taking my clothes off.March 12, 2014 at 11:22 am #94100Re: Having sex with E.D
hi. first of all, sex is nothing to get embarrassed about. also, if you want to talk to your GP about your erectile dysfunction. ask to speak to the GP in private. he will turf your parents out of the room.
once they have left the room, bite the bullet and explain things. the GP will make you an appointment with a urology clinic.
they in turn will request blood work to check your testosterone levels.
if your testosterone levels are ok, they will prescribe you either Viagra or Cialis. ive never taken Viagra but I have Cialis. Cialis comes in 5mg or 10mg pills. the 5mg pill is better if your having regular sex as its a daily dose.
the prescription is usually for a months supply. after which you will return back to the urology for a check up. if everything is ok you will receive a regular prescription.
stefanJuly 7, 2015 at 8:55 pm #94103Re: Having sex with E.D
Whenever I’ve had problems performing it was always due to my own issues mentally. I would be self conscious without clothes on, or I’m scared I will tire out before she finishes. I will have a million things running through my mind and it will sometimes ruin the mood. I guess before giving yourself the “E.D” label, which in itself can greatly impact how you perform, you should see your doctor like everyone suggests. If you cannot talk to anyone about it, perhaps a therapist?
before turning to the magic pill, you should see if you can talk out the problem first.chewy74ParticipantPosts: 10Joined: 27/06/2015July 9, 2015 at 9:43 pm #94105Re: Having sex with E.D
lol of course @littlestef…for me it helps my ego and self esteem to be the “lead”.
Having MD for a man is emasculating in many ways…I can’t do a lot of the physical things a man is expected to do (non sexual things). Sometimes my mind will forget where and what my body is and it always does a number on my self esteem and psyche when it catches up…
…but love em’ cowgirlschewy74ParticipantPosts: 10Joined: 27/06/2015December 14, 2015 at 9:30 am #119410Reply To: Having sex with E.D
Hi. I am married to a Kenyan woman half my age (she is 32 I am 62). I had MD when we married but now it is getting much worse. My wife is in Kenya at the moment but will be joining me in the UK in the new year. Any advice on how to have a happy sex life? I feel so weak and tired these daysWelshguyParticipantPosts: 0Joined: 14/12/2015
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